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CNN
Nov 17, 2013 3:00pm PST
come. our breaking news coverage continues right now. hello, everyone. don lemon. top of the hour here on cnn. thank you for joining us. breaking news on cnn is tornado outbreak. tears across the upper midwest. >> our father in heaven, give us this diour daily bread and forgive us -- >> if you saw this out of your window, believe me. you would be praying as well. this is one of 11 confirmed tornados in illinois. as it hit the small town of washington near peoria. at least two deaths have been reported. this was the aftermath. nothing was left standing after the tornado was done. clean-up and recovery will take a very long time. >> look at that. this is st. louis as the storm hit. with at least 19 million people in the direct path of the worst parts of the storm. cnn has mobilized all of its resources to bring you the very latest information. jonathan monken is a director of the emergency management agency. we have him on the phone. we spoke to you about an hour ago. what is the latest information. you confirmed two deaths. what do you know now? >> caller: i can confirm we have a third
CNN
Nov 17, 2013 2:00pm PST
you can go to that one. here it is, folks. this photo is so important. i know that don was mentioning it earlier. we said something in this business. no picture or video is worth a life. we love to see them, but we have to be extremely careful. here's why, folks. let's take a look at some of the destruction. we have pictures of that destruction. take a look. now, this taken by elizabeth in central, illinois. oh, i'm so far ri, that was the one prior to that. in this photo, you can see some of the people walking around. you can see want appear to be splint irs. and a lot of that debris just turned to nothing. the big thing, when we monitor soeshl media, be extremely careful when you're out there. we love to see the pictures, but we just can't say that enough. just to tell you a little bit about what you're looking at. it gives you an idea. to the right of your screen, right there. to the left, you see the two round buildings. this is probably about 30, 40 floors up. i want to get the new ireport video coming to us from washington, illinois. let's listen and watch. >> you can
SFGTV
Nov 17, 2013 1:30pm PST
ken barker in washington and don davis. as well as others from the construction site. and we also had an excellent contractor. that my most significant professional collaboration in the project was with two people don doug last from the fine arts program and cliff low. cliff lows sensitive were structural for me to create the landscape ribbons. don douglas demanded the best quality. the sculptor in this court yard called ribbons is the heart and soul of the building. it's meant to adapt to the moments like this. it can be a place of respite. the sculptor responses to the hierarch of the skrurlt with the ribbons. this major emphasis on the horizon is to compliment the architecture and it is perfect to the historic use. from under no circumstances ribbons the sculptors that you see to the side rise and fall and create pathways of decomposed granite that anchor the space. there's actually an interesting story about the fountains. when arthur brown completed the designs in 1932 the court yard was never completed because of guess what, budget adversaries (laughter) so it's good to know we'
Univision
Nov 16, 2013 11:00pm PST
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CBS
Nov 16, 2013 11:00pm PST
they find a mistake in the contract. as don knapp learned, this could be costly for commuters and bark. >> i'm sick of bart striking every time i turn around. >> reporter: after months of negotiations and the accidental deaths of two workers, bart and union reaches an agreement. now a glitch on paid medical leave is about to send the to sides back to the bargaining table. >> as you know, we have never spoken the word strike. it has always come from the district. our members were pushed into astrict july 1 and october 18. we expect to get a deal. we signed an agreement. we have an agreement. >> reporter: bart's board of directors say a review of events leading up to the provision shows it was never the intention to include it in the contract. the board ordered the general manager to go back and reopen negotiations with the unions. >> i believe this has turned what i view as a bad contract and has made it worse. no matter what, now the union has leverage to demand more. so the cost of the contract is inevitably going to go up. >> bart board pet says the board is not comfortable with the
SFGTV2
Nov 17, 2013 3:30pm PST
the vibrant cultural of filipinos and it's neighborhood. at this time i want don to join me as we honor you in the cultural center in san francisco. (clapping) i want to have all the board members come up, please. >> thank you, very much and i'm honored. the board and the people have been working on the cultural center are thrilled to be at this point. in 2003 there was a town hall meeting at december i didn't carmichael we talked about how to improve the community south of market and one of the points that came out of the discussion was to institute listed the contribution of the filipino community in san francisco and the bay area. and so 10 years ago we are started out at the it was supposed to be on top of bloomingdales. that didn't happen and we had another opportunity to be right next to the metro ran that also didn't happen. for various reasons. we're not at 8 fourteen mission kit corner from the metro iron right between denny's and sam's liquor store. yeah, that's how we felt when they gave it to us. (laughter) >> but one of the strengths we have is to do a lot with a litt
SFGTV2
Nov 17, 2013 12:00pm PST
morning. >> good morning. thank you, don for that introduction i'm glad to be here at the tonight center again. it's also great to be here. i was telling me our deputy secretary marie this this was one of the first when we went through the translation of that to use the arresting are a fund it was such an enlightening positive effort in the tenderloin to use the federal program that president obama gave us. i'm here to welcome you to san francisco and thank you for being here for the home matters for health symposium. it is the right place to be because t n d c has been a powerful change and i'm glad their championinging the center between health. no one else can do that because you've got it it right here in the community. today's symposium is part of a commitment that our city is making. i wanted to let you know all the things we're going to continue the housing for everybody. last week, we you wanted up the helen rogers and my good friend reverend hall was under its a public-private partnership that's now to just conclusions in the wonderful home for more than one hundred of ou
CNN
Nov 17, 2013 1:00pm PST
. extraordinary, 26 states impacted. my colleague, don lemon is going to take it from here. don, as a former chicagoan, you know this part of the country very well. >>> hello, everyone. we're going to get right to it. make sure you stay put and watch. a lot of news to cover chblgt it's big, weather-breaking news in the upper midwest. powerful storms in just the past few hours. take a look at some amateur video of the twister hammering washington. illinois, look at this. washington, illinois, a small town of about 10,000 people. and as you can see, nothing was left standing. at least 26 states are now in the path of the system. >> so that is what it looked like blowing through st. louis. even without it,
NBC
Nov 17, 2013 5:30am PST
checd bag was almost never. you don need to pay extra for the in-fght entertainment. >> thesa expanded the pre-check program to another 60 airports which allows prie-scren passengers to go throug i love the ia of using my u phoneñ as my boarding pass. how doeshis affect experiences? >> you can't make phone calls. you can play angry bir while waiting r the plane to take off. the benefi is the flight attendants aren't going to have to go up and down the aie telling everybody to turn off their devis. maybe we'll get in the air fast. >> what about the expedited lanesns. >> they will be expanding to a number o airports. you don't have to te off your jacket. you can kp your laptop in your briease. they are comnicating flyers. >> i'm sure you saw the justice department dropping the lawsuit ainst the american airlines anu.s. airways mger once ey aeed to give up nerous slots acrossthe country. with more consolidation will there be suffient capacity in the sky so the industry can't raise pces to sky high levels. >> the airline fly as ny as they want to in fact, they have gotten so soph
SFGTV2
Nov 17, 2013 3:00pm PST
neighborhood. at this time i want don to join me as we honor you in the cultural center in san francisco. (clapping) i want to have all the board members
Al Jazeera America
Nov 16, 2013 10:00pm EST
downturn whichs don which doesny sign of going away if any time soon. if you luke a look at the numbee are at the same playing we were in the recession in the 90s and the 80s. >> it's considerably worse. when we look at child poverty. the child poverty rates are high. thethe child poverty rate was dn to 16% in 2000. it's a historically high rate. it's the same for people and we are at 15% rate. that was the high rate that got there in the early 90s and 80s too. >> exactly. in the early 90s there was fairly high poverty rates and then in the late 90s poverty rates fell. dean it's a growing suburban issue. you think of poverty you think of inner city poverty. currently there are more people living in the suburbs in poverty than in the inner cities. >> this is it a flip-side of gender igenterfication. you have upper middle class moving back to the cities and revitalizing the areas and expensive restaurants and places are becoming up-scale. what they have done is pushed the populations that used to live there. the inner ring suburbs that used to be occupied by middle class families a lot of no
NBC
Nov 17, 2013 9:00am PST
made fun of, or the parents don' >> you mentioned bob the builder,t's not bob t builder, shouldou go to hollywood and say i have a wonderful character, can't you make aartoon out of it, is there a film, how do we alter th stereo pe? >> that's what we're trying to do. we're setting a foundion so i hope we can become a feel role model character for girls. we wansomething other than barbie and princesses. someone tha is a inventor that likes making things. >> witut getting too specific, i would say that the wooden locks ar neither a girlr a it is legos with spaceips that may be more of a boytoy. >> iould arguehat every toy is a toy, anyone can play with it. i rely tried to fill in that i wanted girls to love this toy, so iooked into gender differces. knowing if you just tk a construction toy and made it nk, that's not enough. i looked int gender differences, i met with neuroscientis, elementary school teachers, everything i but the big aha is that girls have very strong verbal skls. and they have confidence in rs their reading ability. there is no reading or characters in constructn toy
SFGTV
Nov 17, 2013 2:30pm PST
because the elevator is not working. thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> yeah, hello, my name is don mcpherson, i am a member of casa justa and what i want to speak about basically is a couple things. the difference between the owners and master tenants, the violations and the communication between the dbi and the violations. no. 1, i think basically that master tenants have too much control over their jurisdiction as they can play and move these people around and force evictions, force -- i will rephrase that -- force predatory evictions. the dbi, i've been dealing with the dbi for about 4 years on one particular case and i'm still there through their assistance. so i know you guys have been working hard on what you're doing, but this is a complex matter. it's not just a situation that speculators come in, buy houses and flip them. there is problems within the areas of the master tenants. they are also turning a profit. it's predatory. so i think you've done a lot, mr. campos, in what you said earlier and i think you guys are doing pretty well and mr. yee brought up some interesting
CBS
Nov 16, 2013 6:00pm PST
don dahler. >> reporter: his behavior has been such a distraction, the mayor himself had to concede the council's vote was understandable. >> if i would have had a mayor acting the way 5 conducted myself i would have didn't exact same thing. >> reporter: his own brother, doug, a toronto city council member has urged him to take a leave of absence. >> i believe rob should take a couple of weeks off. >> reporter: yet ford still refuses to back down, even as the confessions mount. >> have you purchased illegal drugs in the last two years? >> reporter: ford, who is also facing allegations of drunk driving and spousal abuse, pausefor eight long seconds before answering. >> yes, i have. >> reporter: that was yet more red meat for comedians. >> and the number one thought going through rob ford's mind at this moment, "help me, canadian jesus." >> i understand the embarrassment that i've caused every resident in the city. i'm humiliated by it. >> reporter: "toronto star" editor michael cooke says the city is humiliated, too. >> it's funny, it's lewd, it's crude, and yet it's stunningly pad f
CW
Nov 16, 2013 10:00pm PST
there is an error. don knapp, kpix5. >> bart will have a new chief negotiator. thomas hawk is no longer with the district. >>> and if there is another bart strike, at least we have this, the caldecott tunnel is now opened it is a hit. >> reporter: with two brand new names to the caldecott tunnel, there is a lot more room on the road. lunchtime saturday, not a single bottleneck. smooth sailing for regular tunnel goers like joseph captain. >> a smooth ride on the way back. >> he did very well. i think he did very well. >> officials are not too shy patting themselves on the back either. 160,000 drivers everyday can now expect a quicker ride through the mountain. plus, the $407 million project is done early an under budget. >> great accomplishment to come, millions of dollars under budget. >> the state of california, i'm proud to say the federal government, too, working together to get a great project done. >> but not everyone is overly impressed. some say we have lowered our expectations with these massive projects. >> i think we have seen so many fiascoes with respect to these proj
SFGTV
Nov 17, 2013 7:00am PST
elementary and she loves her school >> thank you. hello and thank you. i'm don fishing and my son is a sect grader. the rule of the parented advisory committee is to have discussions. this report provides an update on key initiates. last month pack - sorry last month we highlighted the project and we've been meeting in teams for community conversations and determine concrete ways to engage parents. we've been exploring where the efforts can have the most meaningful feedback. in areas high interest is looking at the relationship between school discipline and achievement and disproperly numbers of latino and african-americans ask the being obey suspended. we have a timeline that will allow he parents to share their experiments and framed by a roach. we're designing a survey to bring a diverse spectrum to the board of education and district starch on this matter. we're going to develop a discussion guide and a determine the school sites to host the conversation where we've had them in the past and convene parents outside of the area to talk about those areas. pack met to talk about the en
NBC
Nov 16, 2013 6:30pm PST
grandda part. but i don' deny who was. i've never denied who i was. because that's who i am >> who she is a driving force in san francisco. the head ofhe human rights commission and forr president of the high profilpolice commison. but like many in t lgbt community, she came her for a fresh start. it is pretty amazing, very suessful business person you re as a man, coached your son's football teams, i believe, oked cigars, all of the inly -- >> harley. >> all the kind of main things. as youere doing those thing were you confused though by the end of the day? >> absolutely i think most ansgender people there's something wrong, g that something not right. they don't know what it is. i didn't know what it was. something just not right. it's not like every day i woke up and thought i shouldave been a girl. consider -- think about what it woulbe if every time, you know, you, raj, getting ready for work y put on a suit and a tie, you get dressed up and you ok in the mirror and youever look good to you. it's never right. when you look you never see what you don't know wha you want to see but you
CBS
Nov 16, 2013 5:30pm PST
the bargaining table over a mistake in the contract. don is at the station and commuters are faced with the possibility of another strike just before the holidays? >> reporter: i think everybody around the bay area is wondering what happened. we had a couple of strikes, finally got a resolution and now, this. the question is, can it be fixed and can it be fixed without another strike? >> i may strike every time i turn around and they've got the best benefits in the world already. >> reporter: after months of acrimonious negotiations, two strikes and the accidental deaths of two workers, bart and its unions reached agreement on contracts. now a contract for paid family medical leave that bart is calling a glitch is about to send the two sides back to the bargaining table, raising once again the possibility of another strike. >> as you know, we have never spoken the word strike. it has always come from the district. our moments were pushed into a strike july 1st and we were pushed into a strike october 18th. >> are you being pushed now? >> no, because we expect to get a deal. we sign
LINKTV
Nov 17, 2013 2:30pm PST
the next month, they will be donning their costumes to sing and party. ♪ carnival is known as the fifth season in germany and is celebrated mainly in catholic areas. ♪ efforts continued on tuesday to form a new government for germany. 'svalnangela merkel conservatives and the social democrats are trying to hammer out a deal. the two sides found common ground on energy infrastructure policy. but plenty of disagreements remain. l has given a cold response to the proposal to allow voters to decide on european matters by referendum. rabbis from across europe wrapped up three days of discussions in berlin. the gathering in the german capital coincided with the 75th anniversary of kristalnaacht. the conference of rabbis was the first in berlin since the nazi era. >> we are back. not only are jews back, jewish life is back. and the jewish religious life is back. and the learning and studying of torah is also back. this is what we are celebrating. >> in november, 1938, angry mobs destroyed jewish starores. today germany has one of the fastest-growing jewish communities in europe. ♪ ru
FOX Business
Nov 17, 2013 4:00am EST
with the president but did you have a sense what when don? lahood. >> it is a lack of time insurance companies are preparing for a couple of years for january 1st, 20 with the new mandated coverage is and obamacare provisions to be included and has been preparing to get out of the individual market with lower-cost and the more bare bones policies so now as they have their rates approved and then for the president to come i yesterday to say by the way now you can sell the policies from a regulatory and business perspective it will be nearly impossible if not impossible for some insurance companies to turn around on a dime. it has taken them three years to build a web site that doesn't work now the one to the companies to come back in a matter of weeks? >> they can ensure plans that would be canceled americans to cancel plans they must inform consumers about loss protection and about other options in the marketplace. what they did was to class is of consumers what is the impact with insurers? they understand risk controls those are changing with the assumption are put back into questio
ABC
Nov 17, 2013 4:00am PST
of this rack. >> reporter: even donning a bikini to go bow hunting. her shooting an african lion ignited a fire storm. >> it absolute disgust me this whole story and how she can sit there with such pride and smile away. >> reporter: lions like these are beloved in africa, but a new report says 75% of the wild lion population has been killed in the last 20 years and u.s. estimates they'll be extinct from the wild in the next decade. not just the lions that have so many outrage, but trophy room, show her proudly posing with her photos. they signed a petition that she never be allowed to return to south africa. >> look at the size of this thing. >> reporter: we reached out to bachmann and her show and received no comment to counter the many angry comments online. it's thought the hunting part that people have a problem with, it's the total lack of regard for creatures that aren't meant to be eaten or hunted. >> that's very tough to watch. >>> now to an adventure of a much less controversial and more royal variety, prince harry is off to an arctica. he's been prepping for this thing
ABC
Nov 16, 2013 11:00pm PST
or on the abc 7 news facebook page. we have links on the story including how to reach don shipley at abc7news.com. >>> the uss hornet was launched in 1972. veterans marked the ship's milestone today. one of the hornet's biggest moments was recovering the an low 11 astronauts. >>> it is time for a last check on the weather this evening. >> we have a bright moon out to this evening. it could obscure a little bit of the viewing of the leonid meteor shower. you can also see low clouds, a bit of fog banking up near the coast. let's get right to that viewing. excuse me. you will have to look to the eastern sky. best viewing midnight to about dawn. of course, the full moon, as i mentioned, some of the low clouds and fog may obscure that view. but you want to get away from city lights as well. if you are traveling tomorrow, a wet mess back east. 61 and rain for new york. snow up near minneapolis tomorrow. and then back west, though, looks pretty good. phoenix, 75, 67 for los angeles. 59 for monterey. and 6 tomorrow for sacramento. big changes tomorrow. a cloud and sun mix. rain on tuesday
Al Jazeera America
Nov 17, 2013 4:00am EST
begins in the don of the world war ii. when 17-year-old luther worked at a gas station. the owner of a radio station pulled in looking for gas. he found more. >> he said, "you have a good voice, are you interested in radio? ". i said, "i haven't thought much about it. but sure." he said, "we are having auditions." i went down. he said, "read this." i went in, read it. he said, "you did all right. would you like to be the apresentize or cub announcer." i'll take it. >> at that moment luther going. >> louie jordan with, "it's been said." >> and going as vinyl ill became tape and is still going to this day as tape became digital. >> found a jack russell terrier area. >> did you think back then you'd sit in a radio booth today? >> this many years later, no, i did not. i didn't get in it thinking, "i want to make a life-time of this. it was pleasant work, good pay. not too much at the beginning. >>. >> what is the most interesting animal you found? >> an al-iingator. it escaped. someone brought it up here from florida. it scared the daylights out of the neighbours. announcements. >> good
CSPAN
Nov 17, 2013 10:30am EST
look with local author don fakeer, and we learn about the youngest governor in michigan's history. .. >> in 1830, and he was appointed as a territorial secretary at 19, which is a record probably that will never be broken. another record that certainly will never be broken was 1835 when at age 24, he was elected the first states governor. and in time the people of michigan and the people of detroit came to trust him as, even though a young person, a very skilled and dedicated leader. well, mason was regarded first of all by the people in his own territory as a bit of an interloper, just coming in from kentucky. when the logical thing for jackson to do what it into a point in michigan person, a detroit politician for the number two position in the territory. but because mason had made such an impression on jackson himself, they had met and jackson thought this young man had a lot of confidence in itself and a vision, so that i will appoint him. the strip of land that was dispute between michigan and ohio actually dated back to the northwest ordinance when that ordinance determined
CSPAN
Nov 17, 2013 5:49pm EST
it's almost like an abstract outline. just a thought. >> okay. >> okay. who else? yes? don? >> going back to the battle, couple days after the battle, lincoln is talking at the white house about 87 years ago and this isn't the right time for my speech but we need to have a time for a speech. >> the july -- >> on july 7th. >> the july 7th speech. >> and then later in the summer, governor curtain comes to washington a couple of times. it is not until november 2nd that the formal invitation comes. what's the likelihood that lincoln was really was, you know, setting up the invitation so he'd have the appropriate time to be able to make those remarks and that he was thinking through all those months from july until november about what he'd say? >> very good. i'm with you all the way. i try to make the case in my book "lincoln's sword" that we have a good evidence once we look at the right places that lincoln was a very deliberate creator of his own speeches. he didn't say stuff off the top. and herndon describes how he wrote the house divided speech. he says he kept writing little notes t
CSPAN
Nov 16, 2013 10:00pm EST
outline. just a thought. >> okay. >> okay. who else? yes? don? >> going back to the battle, couple days after the battle, lincoln is talking at the white house about 87 years ago and this isn't the right time for my speech but we need to have a time for a speech. >> the july -- >> on july 7th. >> the july 7th speech. >> and then later in the summer, governor curtain comes to washington a couple of times. it is not until november 2nd that the formal invitation comes. what's the likelihood that lincoln was really was, you know, setting up the invitation so he'd have the appropriate time to be able to make those remarks and that he was thinking through all those months from july until november about what he'd say? >> very good. i'm with you all the way. i try to make the case in my book "lincoln's sword" that we have a good evidence once we look at the right places that lincoln was a very deliberate creator of his own speeches. he didn't say stuff off the top. and herndon describes how he wrote the house divided speech. he says he kept writing little notes to himself and little -- tea
ABC
Nov 17, 2013 7:00am PST
: even donning a bikini to go bow fishing, her show and blog had achieved little attention before now. but her shooting an african lion, though legal, ignited an international firestorm. >> it absolute disgusts me this whole story and how she can sit there with such pride and smile away that's so disgusting and gruesome. >> reporter: lions like these are beloved in africa, but a new report says 75% of the wild lion population has been killed in the last 20 years and new estimates they'll be extinct from the wild in the next decade. it's not just the lion that have so many outraged. images in her website's trophy room, show her proudly posing with bears, alligators and childhood photos of her kills. they signed a petition that she never be allowed to return to south africa. >> look at the size of this thing. >> reporter: we reached out to bachman and her show but received no comment to counter the many angry comments online. most too angry for morning television. but one poster explained that it's not the hunting part that people have a problem with, it's the total lack of regard for c
NBC
Nov 17, 2013 8:00am PST
terrible risk pool. i don think it's automatic what they do, we just don't know yet. >> dan, you and i had an exchange th week and you made the point that this prsident hagone way too f in his quest to use govement to do good, that it's become coercive, the idea of the mandates the center pie of obama care. that the big te of this? >> i think so. the theory of lberal politics going bk to fdr is they cld come up with ideas to do good like social security and medicare and micaid, and although it might be efficient, they could just make it work. the administrative state, the bureaucraci could make it work. that has been the they. we are seein a test case right now with oma care whether th grandntitlement can be made to worky the administrative bureaucracies. if it continues to have the sorts of problemst is, i think a lot o votersor whom gernment is on the bubble right ow, make no stake about it, are going to start pulling back their support for this basic idea tat liberals and progrsives have pushed f the st 80 year >> i think there is a lot of truth to that i think sometimes we undere
CBS
Nov 17, 2013 6:00am PST
the disillusioned don drapers nodded along. it was if in that winter between the death of john kennedy and the coming of the beatles a whole generation went from optimistic youth to disappointed middle age. after the assassination, the journalist mary mcgrory said "we'll never laugh again." and kennedy aide daniel patrick moynihan famously replied "mary, we will laugh again, it's just that we will never be young again." it was a self-fulfilling prophecy. that's why, 50 years later, the death of john f. kennedy still resonates so powerfully with those of us who were kids at the time. it was the moment when our parents went from believing in all the great things that were going to be to regretting what might have been. >> osgood: ahead, for all time. and had them show us. r we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed much is the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these years. ♪ to s
CSPAN
Nov 17, 2013 12:00pm EST
counsel in all things. >> dawn from colorado springs. hi, don. >> hi. very, very grateful for your show. "the kennedys" were very inspiring to me. but my question is how important was jacklin's catholic faith to her. >> both kennedys were catholics? how important was it? >> i think she would -- barbara will -- i'll just begin on this. she certainly considered herself catholic throughout her life. she had trouble when she remarried a divorced man outside of the faith, but although was supported in doing that to some extent by the family cardinal. i think one of the toughest things infind, in understanding public figures, two things, do you ever get to the real truth of someone's marriage if they're married? number two, do you get to the well -- to the bottom of what their religion feeling was? sometimes presidents and first ladies exaggerate that. sometimes there's more than that on the surface. >> michael pointed out through the oral history that she was having her doubts about her faith in those months at the -- >> she said i believe at this moment that god is an unjust god. >> ex
CSPAN
Nov 17, 2013 9:15am EST
begin our special look with local author don fakeer, and we learn about the youngest governor in michigan's history. ..
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